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We are now Mental Health Virginia

We are now Mental Health Virginia

“Mental Health Virginia” – We’ve shortened our name, but not our mission. There’s a lot going on this May for Mental Health Month, starting with our name. Mental Health America of Virginia is now Mental Health Virginia. Changing our name to be more concise will...
Governor Vetoes Suicide Bill

Governor Vetoes Suicide Bill

Kylie Hobson, University of Richmond law student, contributed to this article. Governor Youngkin’s veto of HB 81 to abolish the common law crime of suicide in Virginia is a big disappointment.  It is also surprising, given the governor’s leadership in improving the...

Governor Vetoes Mental Health Bills

Missed Opportunity to Reduce Incarceration for Mental Illness We are very disappointed that Governor Youngkin vetoed HB267 and SB357 to Amend the Assault on a Protected Person Statute. His March 20th announcement grouped these vetoes with 20 others...